Mayweather shows off lavish lifestyle with piles of cash at his feet

If there is one thing Floyd Mayweather
loves it is money and showing off that money through his social media. 
The American fighter lives a lavish lifestyle with the most expensive cars, houses and watches all part of the luxury that 'Money', as he is nicknamed, shows off. 
In his latest Instagram
post, the 41-year-old shows piles of cash at his feet as he stands clad in gold, covered in diamond jewellery as he drinks from a golden goblet. 
His caption reads: 'Real Royalty. Everything I got on is real, even the cup I'm sipping out of is real gold and if you don't like it... you're a REAL HATER! Now that's some real s***.'
Few know how to make money quick like Mayweather and few know how to show it off like the provocative American. 
Mayweather negotiated himself a $100m (£78m) pay-day against Conor McGregor
in August 2017 before earning $10m (£7.8m) in a farcical exhibition bout against Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan.  
What comes next for Mayweather from a boxing perspective still remains unclear. 
He is working as a promoter for upcoming fighter Gervonta Davis - who Mayweather wants to fight Nasukawa in April in another exhibition - but he may yet have another bout of his own left in him. 
Manny Pacquiao, buoyed by his victory against Adrien Broner, is keen to land a second shot at Mayweather having been beaten by him back in Las Vegas in 2015.
Mayweather, who won all 50 of his professional fights, hung up his gloves following victory over Andre Berto in 2015 before returning for McGregor and Nasukawa. 
Speaking after his win over Broner, a challenge was issued to Mayweather to come back and fight.
Pacquiao said: 'I'm still active and if he goes back to the ring and wants to challenge me, I'm a champion. Get back to the ring and we will fight again if he wants.' 
The pair's previous meeting proved to be one of boxing's most lucrative fights ever with a prize purse of £230m.
Given how much Mayweather likes to build up his fortune, nobody would bet against the 41-year-old returning for an eye-watering money-spinner against the 40-year-old Filipino.  

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